The term ‘Intellectual Property Rights’ or IPR normally relates to properties, which are intellectual in nature. These are the creation of mind and human intellect. IPR is very similar to property rights vested in movable and immovable property. IPRs like any other assets are characterized by certain rights as well as limitations.
Trademark: Mark includes a device, brand, heading, label, name, signature, word, letter, the shape of goods, packaging or combination of colors.
Trade Mark means a mark capable of being represented graphically and which is capable of distinguishing the goods or services of one person from those of others and may include the shape of goods, their packaging and combination of colors.
Copyright: It is a kind of intellectual property. The object of copyright law is to encourage authors, composers, artists, and designers to create original works by rewarding them with the exclusive right for a limited period to exploit the work for monetary gain.
While both offer intellectual property protection, they protect different types of assets. Copyright is geared toward literary and artistic works, such as books and videos. A trademark protects items that help define a company brand, such as its logo.
5. Geographical Indications
6. Protection of Rights
7. Protecting Intellectual Property Overseas
8.Trade Marks Alerts